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Laminate Flooring Installers in Orlando, FL

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Prescreened Laminate Flooring Installers in Orlando, FL

LC Zolutions
1 Verified Ratings
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(321) 401-9314
12448 Accipiter Drive
Orlando, FL 32837
A&S Home Renovation Group, LLC
28 Verified Ratings
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2534 Wild Tameran Avenue
Orlando, FL 32828
AP Cabinet And Flooring Depot
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(321) 401-9029
2046 Bearing Lane
Kissimmee, FL 34744

Serving Orlando, FL
Steven's Renovations, LLC
19 Verified Ratings
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(866) 671-6840
4350 Deer Run Road
St. Cloud, FL 34772

Serving Orlando, FL
Perfect Choice Flooring, Inc.
97 Verified Ratings
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(813) 322-7390
5805 North Cameron Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614

Serving Orlando, FL

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Unscreened Flooring & Carpet Contractors in Orlando, Florida

Smith Bros. Carpet
3230 Haddon Ave. N.e.
Palm Bay, FL 32905
East Coast Carpet Cleaning
1245 Lake Piedmont Circle
Apopka, FL 32703
Proteam & Associates, Inc.
P.O. Box 948068
Maitland, FL 32794
Fla Tile Corp
3232 N.W. 103 Rd. Terrace
Coral Springs, FL 33065
Allan Sankey Ceramic Design, LLC
1612 Constantine St.
Orlando, FL 32825

Things to Consider Before You Install Wood or Stone Laminate Flooring in Orlando, Florida:

  • Have you already purchased the flooring materials for this project?
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    Living room
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    Stair Landing
    Family room

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Orlando Laminate Flooring

In Orlando, laminate flooring is great for homeowners who know of the classic look of hardwood flooring, but want something that won't carry the heavy price tag, require the same diligent level of maintenance, and can even be installed by DIYers in many cases. Snap-together, floating floors can be handled by someone with even basic carpentry skills. For larger projects, rooms with complicated edges, or for homeowners who don't want to sacrifice a weekend (at least), farming the project out to a professional guarantees the stunning look that you should expect from this revolutionary material. For kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, living rooms, and really any area of the home, you may not want laminate for every room, but chances are some places could use a facelift. And, laminate flooring could be just the ticket for you.

Cleaning and Maintenance
One of the most commonly cited reasons for someone to install laminate flooring is the minimal need for maintenance; it is a huge selling point for people who loathe time-consuming household chores. You will still need to occasionally sweep or dry-mop your floor, but this takes a few minutes of your time. Spills should be taken care of promptly, but if done so, risk of staining is minimal. Really, for about 10 minutes of work each week, you can keep your laminate floor looking good for decades. Carpet, by contrast, is likely to last for less than 10 years. Hardwood flooring will probably require semi-expensive refinishing and/or resealing to keep it looking good.

Each and every day HomeAdvisor collects data from homeowners who have completed projects with our contractors. This data suggests that the average cost of new laminate flooring is about $4,000 with a common range between $2,000 and $5,000, and possible fluctuations as low as $1,000 and as high as $12,000 for large projects that must be expedited due to time constraints. The timeline for completion can be particularly important. Not only does rushing a project raise the cost, but the most desired contractors often have a backlog of projects, so you may need to wait a week or two before anybody even starts on the installation. One Orlando homeowner, for example, who spent $5,000 on a moderately-sized project told us this story: "We had a mini-flooring crisis and needed the job done right away. The technicians were at our house within two days and the job was finished the same day. We were very pleased with the end result."

Another Orlando homeowner reported that "this was my first experience with wood flooring, and I learned a lot from my contractor. It would have been much easier to get the product from a professional." This is one of the most common mistakes homeowners make. If you're going to install your own laminate flooring, that's one thing, but for professional installation, you might consider holding off on purchasing the floor. Contractors might be able to get a bargain from one manufacturer or another. Plus, while chain stores have good prices on laminate flooring products, they're also known for over-charging on installation in many instances. Get estimates from both Home Depot and an independent contractor to make sure you're getting the best overall value.

Of course, you might not want to take a chance with an independent contractor, if you don't know that professional can be trusted. HomeAdvisor has you covered. Our 10-step screening process ensures basic industry credentials, but more than this, we give you access to our system of online customer ratings and reviews. This allows you to see what other homeowners have said about individual contractors and laminate flooring in general. It also gives contractors a powerful reason to meet and exceed your expectations.